Glastonbury 2014: Where to see the bands later this year in the UK and Ireland

Stunned by Blondie's performance or want to see more of Lana Del Rey? Here are the upcoming UK and Ireland tour dates of some of the big acts

For those at Glastonbury, the rain mac's on, the face paint’s out and the phone’s already dead – but for those at home about to watch the action on a little square in their living room, the lasagne’s made, the pinot’s in the fridge and the washing’s in. Rock 'n’ roll.

Moved by any of the performances at this year’s Glastonbury or discovered a great new band? Recreate the magic for real.

Here are the upcoming tour dates for some of the festival’s acts which are about to scour the British and Irish isles taking their tunes to a city near you…

Metallica

6 July 2014 – Sonisphere, Knebworth House, Stevenage

Elbow

12 July 2014 – T in the Park, Balado, Kinross-shire

14-15 July 2014 – Eden Sessions, Eden Project, Cornwall

16 August 2014 – V Festival, Chelmsford

17 August 2014 – V Festival, Staffordshire

Kaiser Chiefs

3 July 2014 – The British Grand Prix, Silverstone

4 July 2014 – DayTripper Festival, Waterford, Ireland

5 July 2014 – Carlisle Racecourse, Carlisle

13 July 2014 – T in the Park, Balado, Kinross-Shire

15 July 2014 – MTV Crashes Plymouth, Plymouth

9 August 2014 – Feile An Phobail Festival, Belfast, Northern Ireland

16 August 2014 – V Festival, Chelmsford               

17 August 2014 – V Festival, Stafford

13 February 2015 – O2, London

1 February 2015 – Arena, Leeds

Lana Del Ray

15 July 2014 – Live at the Marquee, Cork, Ireland

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Jack White

3 July 2014 – Hammersmith Eventim Apollo, London

Arcade Fire

3 July 2014 - British Summer Time, Hyde Park, London

Dolly Parton

2 July 2014 – Capital FM Arena, Nottingham

The Black Keys

20 July 2014 – Latitude Festival, Suffolk

The Black Keys

Lily Allen

16 August 2014 – V Festival, Staffordshire            

17 August 2014 – V Festival, Chelmsford

31 August 2014 – Stradbally Hall, County Laois, Ireland

Rudimental

5 July 2014 – Wireless Festival, London

12 July 2014 – T in the Park, Balado, Kinross-Shire

15 July 2014 – Space, Blackburn

20 July 2014 – Marlay Park, Dublin, Ireland

20 July 2014 – Longitude, Dublin, Ireland

16 August 2014 – V Festival, Staffordshire            

17 August 2014 – V Festival, Chelmsford

De La Soul

6 July 2014 – Love Supreme Festival, Glynde, Sussex

3 July 2014 – Kendall Calling, Cumbria

2 August 2014 – Camp Bestival, Dorset

5 August 2014 – Concorde 2, Brighton

7 August 2014 – Rock City, Nottingham

8 August 2014 – Sub89, Reading

31 August 2014 – The Big Feastival, Cotswolds

29-31 August 2014 – Brownstock, Essex

De La Soul

Warpaint

22 August 2014 – Reading Festival, Reading

23 August 2014 – Leeds Festival, Wetherby

Ellie Goulding

5 July 2014 – Wireless Festival, Birmingham

6 July 2014 – Wireless Festival, London

8 July 2014 – Eden Project, Cornwall

10 July 2014 – Marley Park, Dublin

31 August 2014 – Norwich Sundown Festival, Norwich

Bombay Bicycle Club

12 July 2014 – T in the Park, Balado, Kinross-Shire

18 July 2014 – Longitude Festival, Dublin

19 July 2014 – Latitude Festival, Suffolk

23 August 2014 – Reading Festival, Reading

24 August 2014 – Leeds Festival, Wetherby

31 August 2014 – Jersey Live Festival, Jersey

Ed Sheeran

16 August 2014 – V Festival, Chelmsford               

17 August 2014 – V Festival, Staffordshire

3-6 October 2014 – The O2 Dublin, Ireland

8-9 October 2014 – Odyssey Arena, Belfast

11 October 2014 – First Direct Arena, Leeds

13-15 October 2014 – The O2 Arena, London

19-20 October 2014 – LG Arena, Birmingham

22-23 October 2014 – Capital FM Arena, Nottingham

25 October 2014 – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle

27-28 October 2014 – Phones 4U Arena, Manchester

30-31 October 2014 – SSE Hydro Arena, Glasgow

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M.I.A

19 July – Lovebox Festival, London

Disclosure

5 July 2014 – Corona Sunsets Festival, Weston Super-Mare

13 July 2014 – T in the Park, Balado, Kinross-Shire

19 July 2014 – Longitude, Dublin

22 August 2014 – Leeds Festival, Wetherby

24 August 2014 – Reading Festival, Reading

5 September 2014 – Bestival, Isle of Wight

Blondie

30 June 2014 – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London

16 August 2014 – V Festival, Chelmsford               

17 August 2014 – V Festival, Staffordshire

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